Cyient joins TM Forum to collaborate with global Communication Service
Providers (CSPs) to drive digital transformation in the Communications industry
Hyderabad, September 21, 2021: Cyient, a global engineering, manufacturing, and technology solutions company, announced that it has joined TM Forum, an international industry association that drives digital business transformation of the communications industry through collaboration and innovation.
With over two decades of expertise working with large CSPs in network planning, design, and transformation, the company has become a member of this industry association to collaborate globally with other members and the service provider community to develop improved and customized solutions across various industries. As a member, Cyient will contribute its global domain expertise to the Forum around key themes such as future-fit connectivity, autonomous operations, customer experience, and network transformation.
Commenting on the association, Prabhakar Alta,SVP and Global Head – Communications and Utilities Business, Cyient said, "We remain committed to enabling the technology-led transformation of networks and complementing it with engineering capabilities suited for Enterprise needs across various industry verticals. Our TM forum membership would accelerate this transformation by collaborating and learning from the collective experience of market-leading communications service providers, technology providers, and global enterprises. Our recent recognition from NASSCOM for the rollout of a 5G network for one of our customers is testament to our commitment and capability."
"We're pleased to welcome Cyient to TM Forum," said Nik Willetts, CEO, TM Forum. "As a member, Cyient is joining forces with our growing partner ecosystem to help global connectivity and digital service providers achieve their digital transformation and cloud migration goals, while also collaborating on the next-generation of standards and frameworks for the TMT (Technology Media & Telecommunications) industry."